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SAJ donates gift bags to Greenwich Town seniors

Published:Tuesday | January 17, 2017 | 12:00 AM
Shift monitor with the SAJ Recruiting Centre, William Rabie shares a spot of humour as he hands over a Christmas basket to a resident of Greenwich Town.
SAJa's internal auditor Jean Hinds (right) hands over a Christmas goodie bag to this resident.
Shipping Association of Jamaica volunteers (from left): Anthony Thompson, Pauline Haylett, Jodian White and Stacey-Ann Murray carry Christmas hampers into the venue for donation to the elderly of the Greenwich Town community.
This senior citizen is tickled by whatever SAJa's Occupational Health Assistant Stacey Ann Murray is saying to him as he collects his gift bag.
Shipping Association of Jamaica's (SAJ) accounting clerk, Jodian White presents a Christmas hamper to a senior citizen at the SAJâ's Christmas treat.
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MORE THAN 100 senior citizens, including the disabled and shut-ins of the Greenwich Town community, were treated to grocery items for the Christmas season, courtesy of the Shipping Association of Jamaica (SAJ).

The yearly treat for the elderly was held at the Holy Name Catholic Church in that community by volunteers from the SAJ's administrative and port worker staff.

The SAJ has been supporting the Greenwich Town community for many years through various outreach programmes, including sponsorship of the Marcus Garvey Basic School. This treat is symbolic of the SAJ's continued commitment to the community.